That's PRD takes a look at the best of the month in Macau:
November 10-26: Macau Food Festival
The annual Macau Food Festival will be held in the square next to the Macau Tower. The last edition attracted both local residents and visitors alike to savor delicious Southeast Asian, European and Chinese delicacies. Combined with exciting live entertainment, games and beer competitions, this food festival is becoming popular for its relaxed and welcoming alfresco dining atmosphere.
Nov 10-26; free entry. Sai Van Lake Square (853 2857 5765, www.macaotourism.gov.mo)
Until November 12: Tokyo Horror Experience
The Tokyo Horror Experience, composed of two parts – Japanese Ruin and Kominka – is a ‘haunted house’ game that covers an area of 1,000 square meters. Allowing players to experience the sense of smell, sight and touch from head to toe, this spine-chilling game takes horror to a whole new level.
All week until Nov 12, 5pm-midnight; MOP198. 2/F, Broadway Macau.
November 16-19: Macau Grand Prix
Fans, the 64th Macau Grand Prix is here in November. This annual motor-racing event, being the only street circuit racing of its kind, has drawn attention from huge amount of audiences, as well as champions and skilled drivers around the world. Car and motorbike races will be held through the four-day event, where riders and drivers compete fiercely in different categories.
December 4: 2016 Macau International Marathon
Running for 36 years, the Macau Galaxy Entertainment International Marathon encourages runners from various cultural backgrounds to participate. Consisting of the mini marathon, half marathon and whole marathon, the Macau International Marathon continues to be a popular event for runners of all kinds.
Dec 4. For more information, visit www.macaumarathon.com.
Ongoing: ‘Shine’ Ladies’ Night at Pacha Macau
Hey ladies: want to get the most out of your trip to Macau? Pacha Macau offers free entry and drinks for the ladies every Friday night after 11pm. Gentlemen, it’s an inviting night for you too.
Fri, 11pm; MOP200 for men. Pacha Macau, Studio City, Macau.
Click here to see our November events guide for Hong Kong.